Up the MacGregors!
|Up the MacGregors!|
|Directed by||Franco Giraldi|
|Produced by||Albert Band|
|Written by||Franco Giraldi
Fernando Di Leo
José María Rodríguez Méndez
|Music by||Ennio Morricone|
|Edited by||Nino Baragli|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|3 March 1967|
|90 min. (cut)|
Up the MacGregors! (Italian: ''Sette donne per i MacGregor'', a Technicolor film in Techniscope also known as 7 Women for the MacGregors) is a 1967 Italian spaghetti western directed by Franco Giraldi (here credited as Frank Garfield). It is the immediate sequel of Seven Guns for the MacGregors, still directed by Giraldi. The film has the same cast as its predecessor except for Manuel Zarzo and Robert Woods, who refused the role due to his conflicts with the leading actress Agata Flori, the wife of producer Dario Sabatello.
The movie began with the elder MacGregors waking up in the middle of the night to take out a chest of gold ingots and coins from the hiding place and bury it outside their house while being secretly watched by a bandit spy.
On the day of the engagement party between Gregor MacGregor and Rosita Carson the bandit Maldonado, with his gang, came and robbed the MacGregors of their gold which the elder MacGregors buried. They left a note, purporting to be from Frank James, in the hole where the chest of gold was buried. So, the MacGregor brothers throw themselves in pursuit of Frank James. When they found Frank who is now a run down old man, they are told that he was framed by Maldonado. So, they set out again but this time to find Maldonado.
Upon finding out that Gregor has gone with the traveling medicine man and his daughter, Dolly, to Maldonado's hide out, Rosita out of jealousy ride out to confront Dolly; ending up being kept as a prisoner of the outlaws together with Gregor who came back to rescue her after he and his brothers managed to regain the stolen gold. The other MacGregor brothers also came back to Maldonado's hide out to rescue Gregor and Rosita.They escaped but are later trapped in an empty cargo train wagon. Soon they are rescued by their parents, the Donovans, a band of Apaches, and other cowboys. During a fight with Gregor Maldonado fell off the engine when the engine crashed into a stationary train cargo wagon and is killed by the run away engine.
- David Bailey as Gregor MacGregor
- Agata Flori as Rosita Carson (credited as Agatha Flory)
- Nazzareno Zamperla as Peter MacGregor (credited as Nick Anderson)
- Roberto Camardiel as Pa Donovan
- Paolo Magalotti as Kenneth MacGregor (credited as Peter Carter)
- Ana Casares as Dolly
- Víctor Israel as Trevor
- Leo Anchóriz as Maldonado
- George Rigaud as Alistair MacGregor
- Alberto Dell'Acqua as Dick MacGregor (credited as Cole Kitosch)
- Hugo Blanco as David MacGregor
- Jeff Cameron as Bandit (credited as Nino Scarciofolo)
- Francesco Tensi as Harold MacGregor (credited as Harry Cotton)
- Saturno Cerra as Johnnny MacGregor
- Julio Perez Tabernero as Mark MacGregor
- Ana Maria Noe as Mamie MacGregor (credited as Anne Marie Noe)
- Margherita Horowitz as Annie MacGregor (credited as Margaret Horowitz)
- Up the MacGregors! on IMDb
- Up the MacGregors! at AllMovie
- Up the MacGregors! at the TCM Movie Database
- Up the MacGregors! at the American Film Institute Catalog
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